Kane Sponsors Promise of the Arctic

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Tuesday, May 28, 2013

Kane Environmental, Inc. announced its sponsorship of The Promise of the Arctic, a policy-driven conference that seeks to explore the opportunities and challenges of the harsh Arctic environment. The two-day conference will begin on Wednesday, May 29 at the Bell Harbor Convention Center in Seattle.

“Living and working in the Pacific Northwest, we understand the significance of the maritime industry to our region,” said John Kane, President and CEO of Kane Environmental, a full-service environmental consulting firm. “Our sponsorship of The Promise of the Arctic is our way to support the maritime businesses who significantly contribute to our local and regional economic growth, creating jobs in this important industry.”

www.kane-environmental.com

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